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UNIVERSITY PLACE

How Computer Games Help Children Learn - Ep. 102

  • Aired: 10/24/2007
  • 01:08:35
  • Rating: TV-G
David Williamson Shaffer, Associate Professor, Departments of Educational Psychology and Curriculum and Instruction, UW - Madison David explains how he believes children can learn important and necessary life skills through playing computer games
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Computer games teaches children how to solve real problems and valuable life skills
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